St. Michael's Church
Orthodox Church in America
Jermyn, Pennsylvania
St Michael's Festival Check Presentation

The 8th Annual Parish Festival “Christmas in September and Car Show” on September 22 through 24 at St. Michael's Center in Jermyn, Pennsylvania, was a tremendous success. Very Rev. John Kowalczyk and Protodeacon Gabriel Petorak accept a check on behalf of St. Michael's Orthodox Church from St. Michael's Council President and Festival Committee Chairman, George Petorak. We give thanks to the hard-working Committee members and to everyone who supported our Parish Festival as we embraced the greater community with our open hearts and hospitality.

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